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KBCW
Feb 7, 2013 10:00pm PST
. it is called lane splitting. while it's not illegal in california, kpix5 reporter, joe vasquez, says there are new restrictions, joe. >> reporter: it's been raining and the streets are a bit slick. checking your road conditions is one of the new guidelines. when should a motorcycle do this? some say never. >> i mean, i see that they speed up between the cars. they hit the mirrors in some cases, but they keep going. >> it is called lane splitting. in thick traffic, motorcycles can still move forward by riding in the narrow gap between cars. >> if you are able to pick up 5 or 10 minutes on the ride to work. >> california is the only state where it is perfectly legal, but not everyone knows that, which may explain this youtube video. a car driver lurches in front of a vehicle and causes a crash. >> they are just doing it to disapprove of what you're doing. >> even though it's been legal for some time, the chp decided it's time to put out guidelines about how you can legally lane split and be safe at the same time. the guidelines say motorcycles should only lane split going up to
KBCW
Feb 8, 2013 10:00pm PST
in a park. good evening, i'm elizabeth cook. >> and i'm ken bastida. joe vasquez has new details about that man. joe. >> reporter: ken, just as a community gathered to grieve here at this memorial, we've learned some more information about the suspect, 32-year-old anthony lamar jones. according to the sheriff's department, he now faces charges of murder, kidnapping, and rape. they came from all over northern california. fairfield where 13-year-old janelle conaway was murdered. where she lived with her foster family, vallejo where she used to live with her natural mom. josh allen is her birth father. >> what do you want to say to this guy who did this? >> you know, i mean, he'll get what he deserves. >> 500 people lit candles and said a prayer at the site where janelle's naked body was discovered just one week ago. just a few hours after cops announced an arrest. >> no answers. the questions why and why didn't you leave her alone? and i hope you get what is coming to you. >> jones was identified early on as a suspect. since then, he has been under 24 hour surveillance. there was n
CBS
Feb 9, 2013 1:35am PST
cook. kpix reporter joe vasquez with new details about the guy. joe. >> we found out a little more information about the suspect anthony lamar jones. the so law know county sheriff's department says he now faces charges of murder, kidnapping and rape. >> they came from all over northern california, fairfield where 13-year-old genelle conway was suffering. vallejo where she used to live with her natural mom. josh allen is her birth father. >> what do you want to say to this guy who did this. >> you know, i mean, he'll get what he deserves. >> about 500 people lit candles and said a prayer at the sight where genelle's naked body was discovered one week ago just a few hours after cops announced arrests. >> no answers. the big question is why and why didn't you live her alone? i hope you get what's coming to you. >> jones was identified early on as a suspect in this case. since that time, he's been under 24-hour sure vail lance therefore, there was no danger to public. >> the suspected murderer is a barber by trade. these photos from a social networking site show him hard at work one o
KBCW
Feb 1, 2013 10:00pm PST
this morning. she was last seen in nearby city. joe vasquez is at the park tonight and has the latest. >> there's a small memorial right over here in the park where the girl's body was found. the girl was a foster child. they are trying to get ahold of her natural mother and they don't want to make her name public, but they have confirmed her identity with cbs. >> when i go to class, i see her. i give her a hug every day. >> she was only 13 years old. a student at green valley middle school. authorities have not yet released her name, but some of her classmates know. >> a man on a sunrise walk through allen whit park discovered the girl's body and flagged down a cop. >> she was last seen in the morning and hadn't returned after school. >> police in nearby sasoon city had been working a case of a missing girl. they got a call from the girl's foster parent yesterday evening. they put out a bulletin. >> we started following up to see if we could locate her. we know with social media, phones, past friends. >> they didn't find her, then they picked the search back up early this morn
KBCW
Jan 31, 2013 10:00pm PST
manufacture and assemble their own ar15. joe vasquez. >>> do you think what you do or don't do could somehow affect the outcome of the super bowl? you're not alone. cbs 5 reporter asked 49er fans about their superstitions. >> superstition in sports has been sought rised in commercials and in the movies. but it's the real deal according to santa clara university psychologist. >> superstition has been a part of sports for as long as people have been playing games. >> in his research with professional athletes, the nature makes them a breeding ground for superstitions, and the more likely superstitions will become part of the game plan. >> football is a really good example of a kind of sport that has a lot of uncertainty to it. there's a lot of luck involved. so that's exactly the kind of situation that gets people playing. do all kinds of superstitious activities. not only the players, but the fans. >> i promise i wouldn't get another jersey until we win another super bowl. >> how old is your last jersey? >> '94, '95. >> he wears a shirt and other team gear, but not a football jersey. >
KBCW
Feb 11, 2013 10:00pm PST
you to all the people that came around and it will be wonderful. >> joe vasquez, kpix5. >>> sounds like an i check and very fashionable. ,,,,,,,,,,,, thanks to speculation of a t watch. this is welcome news >>> apple stock finished the day up thanks to speculation of a new smart watch. this is welcome news for a company criticized for lack of innovation following the death of steve jobs. >> but mike asked how much can you possibly do with something as small as a watch? >> anybody know what time it is? >> 5 and 2. >> anybody know what time it is? do you know what time it is? >> 1:58. >> you do know, chances are because you looked at your smart phone, watches? not so much. is that about to change? >> a bunch of rumors that apple may be testing out an i watch. >> molly wood, who by the way, wears a watch for style. thinks it could be called a watch, but a remote control for your iphone via blue tooth. >> it could be a curved display. it would be high style, as is apple, and interact with your iphone or smart phone. >> don't think dick tracy, so much. nor inspector gadget. work
KBCW
Feb 13, 2013 10:00pm PST
. >>> a marin man and his grandmothers. joe vasquez explains how they are the latest internet sensation dancing the harlem shake. >> he's showing students how it's done. he should know. the video of the harlem shake is one of the fastest growing on the internet. it's the biggest thing since gangnam style. >> he shot it's a few days ago and it's exploded. now at 1.2 million hits. >> it's a shock. i put it on facebook for a few friends and all of a sudden it's gone viral. >> he's one of many variations of the harlem shake. it's not the dance style it's how you produce the video. we went by the concert to democrat. >> everyone in the video has to act normal but one person dancing away. at a previce in the moment a wild edit to a wild state of dancing. how long will this last. a week or two. it's another internet like sweet brown or the honey badger. something that's interesting for a short period of time. >> until then, enjoy your moment of fame. and your harlem shake keeps shaking across the web. looks like your rain dance. >> we have to shake up the weather and get moisture in the upper atmosphe
KBCW
Feb 20, 2013 10:00pm PST
complained their neighborhood is getting a little too rowdy. joe vasquez explains. >> reporter: i'm on polk near bush on a stretch south of broadway that is experiencing a bit of a renaissance. and with it, some growing pains. >> reporter: new eating establishments, new watering holes. lower polk is booming. >> the bar s are bringing more people n. so the area is getting more popular. but not everybody is happy. >> it's turned into a scene of drunken revelry. >> reporter: many of the bars spill into the streets. >> i think it's a positive change. >> reporter: some neighbors say it's getting too loud. >> they take up too many storefronts. >> reporter: a small group of residents held a meeting to discuss what some see as a problem. the supervisor says there are 45 bars with liquor licenses in a 6-block area. he says that's enough. so he has proposed legislation that would cap the number of bars. >> i'm not talking about decreasing the number. but we are talking about not increasing the number of establishments selling booze. >> i would like to see it back the way it was in the 70, '80s. >> t
KBCW
Feb 22, 2013 10:00pm PST
and we see that little memorial. it is nondescript and off to the side. >> joe vasquez, thanks. >>> the cab driver who died in the inferno was 62-year-old michael bolden. drivers from all companies in vegas paid tribute to him this morning. they lined up and circled the corner of las vegas boulevard and flamigo road at 4:00 30rbgs the exact time of the shooting and crash. drivers let the meters run for 20 minutes and donated the amount to a memorial fund for the family. >>> a fifth person has been charged in connection with the murder of a south bay millionaire. alleged prostitute, was in a san jose courtroom today. she is accused of killing kumra in his mansion back in november. three men are already facing murder charges while another woman has been charged with being an accessory to murder. >>> an oakland man is enjoying his first night of freedom after more than six years. ronald ross went to prison for a crime he didn't commit. >> real nice to be free again. it's been a long journey for me. >> ross broke down in court as a judge ordered him release. his mom couldn't wait
CBS
Feb 12, 2013 11:00pm PST
. seriously. just go. >> all right. that's joe vasquez report. >>> in other news, president obama says we have cleared away the rubble of crisis but we need to finish the job. he delivered his state of the union speech tonight and wants to give raise. >>reporter: that's right. on the economy the president called for a federal minimum of wage of $9 an hour and urged immigration reform and announced a draw-down in afghanistan that would bring half the troops home. perhaps the most emotional moment of night, when president obama spoke of victims of gun violence. >>reporter: the most arousing ovation of the time came as president obama introduced haydia's parents. >>reporter: their daughter a 15-year-old majorette, who marched at the inauguration, was done down . tonight, president obama urged a gun control vote in her name and the names of others. >> gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of new town deserve a vote. the families of aurora deserve a vote. the families of tucson and blacksburg and other communities deserve a vote. >>reporter: a poll show that though many meshes support some f
CBS
Feb 21, 2013 11:00pm PST
. he's a beloved figure in the bay area as he grew up there. >> all right. joe vasquez thank you. chris talked to kenny clutch's friend and family tonight. they say he left the bay area, hoping to find a better and safer life inform vegas . >>reporter: his stage name was kenny clutch. in this video he cruises the las vegas strip in a maserati. art would imitate live. he was driving his maserati down the biggest strip this morning when he was gunned down. >> i can't believe that happened to him. >>reporter: tonight friend and family it will candled for up the and coming rapper. his cousin said he left beed mind three chirp. his friend and family say he grow up on this block. they say he left oakland to try to get away from the violence and pursue a rap career in vegas. >> anyone can say he's a good loving person. >>reporter: his family is left stepped, picking up the piece of a career that never a chance to take off. >> i'm trying to be there for my aunt. she's trying to be strong. >>reporter: in oakland kristen. >> he had been arrested several times in oakland and berkeley. >>> also in
CBS
Feb 26, 2013 11:00pm PST
just a little worse kpix 5's joe vasquez says safety at bay area air ports is also being threatened by these cut sgls while they're bickering in washington, here in santa rosa there's a lot of talk about how to keep these planes flying safely with nobody in the tower. >> if congress can't stave off the mandatory cuts, the f aa announced it's going to cut air traffic control to many regional airports across the country and that could mean planes would fly in and out of santa rosa without any tower pers knoll to guide them. >> how do they operate without a tower. >> well, there's a lot of guidelines about how you land a plane, how to take off a plane different landings different approaches. >> officials say the airport brings in an estimated $112 million economic impact to santa rosa and the surrounding community so the sequestered could leave a sfwlashg 13 14,000 employees could lose their job then we'd lose about $60,000 a year in to the federal government for part of the facilities we rent. >> they are worried alaska airlines might worry that the no-tower sun safe and pair bark on
CBS
Feb 3, 2013 11:00pm PST
with the tough loss in the east bay. a team of reporters across the bay area. kpix joe vasquez where the police prepared for anything but joe have you seen any problems? >> reporter: you know, interesting alan, as the game got close, louder and more intense out here. that is when the police started flooding the streets here 24th and south here. this is after the game. a couple arrests. two women got into a fight and another man had too much to drink. sfpd reports 25 arrests in all throughout the city. now, here in the mission, we watched as dozens of cops in riot gear patrolled the streets in groups and moved quickly at the mere mention of any problems. >> well, i think people see the police presence and they tend to calm themselves down a little bit. you will get a messer every now and then but you will get that everywhere. >> reporter: you will get a messer. sometimes that messer will throw things. somebody threw bottles at the cops over at mission and 16th. let me show you this, back live here, somebody threw this small guitar and it broke
CBS
Feb 5, 2013 11:00pm PST
live in sonoma county joe vasquez cbs 5. >>> we don't usually talk about traffic problems on your 11:00 news but you got to take a look at this. tonight bay area drivers had to take evasive action to avoid hitting a camel. drivers called 911 and kpix 5 reporter tells us the 911 folks called in some cowboys. >> then we got called to check it out. yes. this was an unusual road hazard.it was a camel that actually escaped twice today. this camel has a name. his name is rudy, and he's known here in this area. tonight it was touch and go trying to get him back in a trailer. >>> tonight half a dozen east bay cowboys had the tricky task of corralling rudy into this trailer along bailey road. several ropes were attached to the camel and truck to help guide rude di into the trailer. we intentionally did not turn on our camera lights so we wouldn't spook him. >> this is quite a big assignment here. >> i' been a cowboy my whole life. all i've ever done is work with cows. on the ranch it's creative ingenuity. whatever you figure out is whatever is going to work especially here on bailey road. we
CBS
Feb 8, 2013 11:00pm PST
live in fairfield joe vasquez, cbs 5 tfrments feds say a would be-be terrorist thought he could unleash civil war in the u.s. by blowing up a bay area bank. tonight kpix 5 reporter mark sayer learned some new information about this sglan the end of the line for matthew llaneza came here at this bank of america branch on headen berger road near the airport. he was actually an undercover fbi agent and agents arrested llaneza as he attempted to detonate what he thought was a bomb. neighbors say the family has lived here for yearss and very reclusive. they are also shocked by today's sglairs does that concern you? . >> well, yes tfk it does, especially with two small children. >> but llaneza also has criminal history in santa clara county. llaneza's own father told investigators that matthew had converted to islam. matthew was a former marine with the belief that the secret police or government is trying to follow him and according to today's federal criminal complaint, llaneza told the undercover fbi agent he would dance with joy when the bomb exploded. >> wow. sur real. that's as real as
KBCW
Feb 26, 2013 10:00pm PST
. kpix5's joe vas quiz vasquez. >> here in santa rosa, the bigger concern seems to be, how are they going to keep these planes flying safely without anyone in the tower? if congress can't stave off the mandatory cuts, the faa announced it's going to cut air traffic control to many regional airports across the country, including the sai know ma county airport and that would mean planes would fly in and out without any tower personnel to guide them. >> how do they operate without a tower? >> there are a lot of guidelines. different elevations, so they all have to have flight paths. >> airport brings in an estimated $112 million economic impact to santa rosa and the surrounding community. so the sequester could leave a mark. >> 13 to 14 employees would lose their job and then we'd lose about $65,000 a year in rent to the federal government for part of the facilities that we rent. >> airport officials say they are worried that alaska airlines might worry that the no tower scenario is unsafe and the airline could decide to pair back on the number of flights here. that's the
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